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  1. Rock auto does not have one for car with traction control, but I will contact oemcats Thank You Bob
  2. Need rear wheel speed sensor with traction control part #10456535 fits rear left or right 1998 thru 2020 TransAm and Camero call Bob at 815-two63-69two3 and leave message. Thank You Bob
  3. In need of rear wheel speed sensor with traction control part # 10456535 fits rear left or right 1998 thru 2002 TransAm and Camero, please call Bob 815-two63-69two3 and leave message. Thank You Bob
  4. Stevemo, I have a Snap-On steering wheel puller set # CG-60-E from the early 1950's like yours, the three grooved adaptors (CG67-7) are used with the small steering wheel puller, are used on Buick steering wheels 1939 thru 1954, 3 slots in steering wheel, after horn button removed, the 3 legs of the puller go into the slots and then twist and lock into steering wheel for removal. If you have any questions or need photo of a Buick's steering wheel, let me know. Bob
  5. Bill, Nice job on car, looks great, I also like the garage car is going into. Bob
  6. I also purchased a scroll compressor at Eastwood at the store in Alsip, IL. I was at the store and a worker using a DA sander on a fender in the classroom/shop and the DA was louder than the compressor, they were going to be at a swap meet in Rockford, IL. Received a great price and I picked it up at the store after they returned. It is very quiet, BUT slight hissing noise for about 2 to 3 minutes after it cycles off, no harm, just annoying. I mainly use 3/8", 1/2",and 3/4" impacts, air chisels, small cut off tools and works great for me. I could never get crankshaft bolt off a Honda or Acura
  7. A Buick club member had his 1938 Buick torque tube shortened by a local engine machine shop, hope this helps. Bob
  8. plymouthcranbrook, Accurate electric motor and pump 6955 W 111th St. Worth, Il 60482 phone (708) 448-2792, repaired several table saw motors for me and did a great job, hope this helps. Bob
  9. Jolly-John Thanks for the reply and photo, I will keep my eye out now that I see what I am looking for. I hope you are doing well. Stay Safe Bob
  10. Close to my house is a 1957 Estate wagon that a friend of mine was going to buy, I went with him to look at it, the front bumper and grille with emblem was in good shape, the rear bumper ends and upper and lower tailgate looked good (and rear side glass) , BUT there was NO roof, previous owner cut roof off to use making his tool shed. The seller changed mind and declined to sell car. Bob
  11. Jolly_John, Any information on the self shifting transmission in this manual? Thanks Bob
  12. TerryB My book arrived today, it is in GREAT condition. The post office had it at one location for 20 days! I am just grateful I received it. Thank You Very Much Stay Safe Bob
  13. Try AMK Products, for clips and fasteners, hope this helps.
  14. You might try Steele rubber products, weatherstripping and rubber products phone # 800-840-7833 OR go online : www.steelerubber.com Hope this helps.
  15. Hybrid, Thank you for the update. Was it common to have trumpet horns in 1946? This taxi has 2 trumpet horns.
  16. I am trying to help a friend identify year of Nash Taxi, serial number K-96142 any help would be appreciated. Bob
  17. The Buick master chassis parts book lists drive shaft for 1950 thru 1952 Super and Roadmaster are the same,(Super Estate Wagons were built on Super chassis) I also checked with a local club member that knows a great deal about 50's Buick's, and agreed about the Super chassis and fitment of the drive shaft on the Super Estate wagon, I would also ask Windy Hill junkyard just to verify the fitment of drive shaft with them first before purchasing it. The weight, converter pump balance group number #4.115, fitment for 1948-1950 part number is 1337136 (.0345") 1337137 (.060") 1337138 (.120") thickn
  18. I also had a vibration in my 1958 Buick with a Dynaflow, turns out there was a service bulletin for Dynaflow torque converter balancing weights. I purchased the weights from Robert Graves in Massachusetts, (parts vendor for the Buick Club), and then followed the bulletin, was a time consuming deal, but when done no more vibration, I have the bulletin if you need it. I also looked in the chassis part book and it shows drive shaft for the Super and Roadmaster being the same from 1950 thru 1952, and 3 of them are at Windy Hill junkyard in New London , MN (phone # 320-354-2201 and stock numbers a
  19. I rebuilt a 1954 Special manual transmission, the top cover just had a gasket, no sealer, the person before I put a clutch in the car, and used a full tube of blue silicone between the bell housing and transmission, so trying to remove the transmission while up on jack stands, as I pulled back on transmission and let it go, to reposition myself on ground, the transmission went back into the bell housing, (like rubber bands were attached) once it was out the snap ring that secured the support to the bell housing was missing, causing a transmission oil leak. I had to take extra time to remove al
  20. MarkcusSLC, Windy Hill Used Auto parts 9200 240th Ave NE, New London Minnesota has harmonic balancer for a 1953 Roadmaster from Stock # L41474 call 1-320-354-2201 or e-mail:wbajari@hoymail.com I hope this helps. Bob
  21. I would try AMK products at: www.amkproducts.com If you know the Buick part number you could enter that in the search window. I hope this helps. The group # 8.154 part number 587283 OR 3950610. Bob
  22. In the Master Chassis Part Book it shows you can also use a double groove pulley from a 1953 Super or Roadmaster with power steering and air conditioning, Try calling Desert Valley auto parts in Arizona OR French Lake in Minnesota. Hope this helps.
  23. Chris, Clips arrived today. Thanks Bob
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